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Japan Travel Locations: The Eight Hells of Beppu



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By : Gerkin Sid    29 or more times read
Submitted 2018-09-04 11:43:12
The eight "hells," as they've appropriately been named, are unique, actually for Japan -- the temps of these steaming ponds rise way above comfortable bathing amounts, so this isn't the place to go for silky skin benefits. A visit to these popular springs isn't for bathing, but for sight-seeing only. It's still eight hells of a sight that you won't see anywhere else.

The Eight Hells of Beppu:

1. Umi-Jigoku (Sea Hell)
A beautiful blue steaming pond makes for a picturesque site. Don't miss the greenhouse at this hell where lily pads big enough to hold small children (on top of the water!) are grown.

2. Oniishibozu-Jigoku (Shaven Monk's Head Hell)
This hell offers numerous puddles of boiling gray mud that bubble up to look like the shaven head of a monk. It's an unique spectacle.

3. Yama-Jigoku (Mountain Hell)
A cross between a mini-zoo and popular spring, this hell has many animals, including a hippopotamus, an elephant, and some monkeys (among other animals) who supposedly take pleasure in dwelling around the hot spring. They are caged in confined spaces far from the small, shallow hot spring pools. This is probably one of the least impressive hells.

4. Kamado-Jigoku (Furnace Hell)
A must-see among the eight, this hell offers a variety of different steaming pools that come in blue, grey, and more. The snack bar at this hell offers some interesting local treats.

5. Oniyama-Jigoku (Demon Mountain Hell)
Many crocodiles have found their home at this hell. Enough said.

6. Shiraike-Jigoku (White Pond Hell)
This serene garden houses a beautiful white pond of extremely hot water. It's picturesque and noiseless.

7. Chinoike-Jigoku (Blood Pond Hell)
Though it is difficult to get to, this hell is worth a visit to see its impressive blood-hued pond.

8. Tatsumaki-Jigoku (Geyser Hell)
Neighboring the seventh hell, this geyser is as impressive as previous faithful. It consists of a tall fountain of water that now has an arena constructed around it for tourists to sit and watch.
Such tours prove to be not only budget-friendly but are good for you in another sense too. You will not end up being misled or deceived by anyone while on the visit and thus will be able to complete a safe and happy journey. Apart from having funs, there are risks too when you go to an unknown place for the first time. So, it is better to be prepared and have a tension-free visit with the help of the cheap Europe visit package.





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